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- EPA: Dubuque to pay fine, upgrade sewer system after Clean Water Act violations
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Category Archives: Flooding
This week’s On the Radio segment covers water quality research being done at the University of Iowa. Listen to the audio below, or continue reading for the transcript.
A proposed rule released this week by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) clarifying its jurisdiction over waters of the United States under the Clean Water Act deserves a thorough review and farmer input, says the Iowa Soybean Association (ISA).
This week’s On the Radio segment covers Iowans’ concern over the DNR handling manure spills in the state. Listen to the audio below, or continue reading for the transcript.
The National Weather Service issued its first flood potential outlook of the year last week. Below are locations along the Iowa River and the probability that flooding will occur between now and May 26: Iowa City: Minor flooding, less than … Continue reading
Eight watershed demonstration projects covering 606,000 acres have been selected to receive $4.1 million in funding through the Iowa water quality initiative over the next three years.
The Iowa Fertilizer Company’s plant in Wever, Iowa will be one of the top fertilizer plants in the world. According to Dave Pearson, a director for Orascom Construction Inc., the plant will have the ability of producing 7 million tons … Continue reading
Despite the strengthening consensus among scientists, climate change continues to be an issue that Iowan Democrats and Republicans disagree on. Democrats say that disagreement has impeded progress on measures that would encourage energy conservation and development of renewable energy. They … Continue reading